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Need Polish Dentist, Polish Cakemaker, Polish Hair Saloon (UK, Manchester area)


hudsonhicks 21 | 346
24 May 2012  #1
Intriguing browsing the Polish community website

So far, i've spotted requests for:

Polish Dentist
Polish GP
Polish Cake maker
Polish Hair Saloon
Polish Gynecologist
Polish Dietician
Polish Mechanic

the Most bizarre one : A Lady was asking where she can find a Polish Birthday company in the Manchester Area to rent a bouncy castle for her child.

What a highly xenophobic self-obsessed nation of people. Tis just a shame their own Nation and Economy can look after them.

I can just imagine myself, living in Austrlaia or France and begging for a British doctor to see me

HAHAHAH
NorthMancPolak 4 | 648
24 May 2012  #2
Welcome back, troll. :p

Polish Dentist
Polish GP
Polish Gynecologist
Polish Dietician
Polish Mechanic

These make sense, as there may be a language barrier. It's not easy to translate technical terms, even if you can speak a language reasonably well. Even my mum (born in Poland) didn't know what wały napędowe are (in Polish) but I did (in both languages). But I'm a bloke :) lol

And, here in the UK, the word is gynaecologist. Funny how you criticise foreigners for their lack of language skills, yet you use "U.S. English" yourself.

Polish Cake maker

OK then, genius... show us the English bakery which knows how to make Polish-style cakes. Do we see you criticising Halal meat stores and Indian sweet centres? NO!

I can just imagine myself, living in Austrlaia or France and begging for a British doctor to see me

You really are a bit thick, aren't you? No-one British would demand a "British doctor" in Australia, as there is no language barrier.

However, we all know that you would expect your French doctor to speak English.

xenophobic

Pot... kettle... black!
OP hudsonhicks 21 | 346
14 Nov 2012  #3
Merged: Pole Nationalistic Behaviour

It seems to me some enterprising Poles forget which country they're in. They also forget their primary market - English speakers.

Prime example - visagebeautysalon.pl

Do British/Other women not get their hair cut?

Maybe someone should "Kontakt" them, informing them they're actually in England, most people speak English only and it'd probably also do their business the world of good as well if their website was in ENGLISH and a .co.uk domain name.

The most pathetic example i've found recently - polish veterans ..
For Polski-Speaking cats and dogs naturally :rolleyes:

This highlights the incredibly "weird" mentality of the Poles. We have many foreigners living in this country, i've never seen such widespread clannish behavior though.
rozumiemnic 8 | 3,665
14 Nov 2012  #4
go on hudsonhicks kontakt them and give them a piece of your mind......
does seem a bit .......short sighted.......
rybnik 18 | 1,462
14 Nov 2012  #5
then you've never lived among Indians ;)
TommyG 1 | 361
14 Nov 2012  #6
This highlights the incredibly "weird" mentality of the Poles. We have many foreigners living in this country, i've never seen such widespread clannish behavior though.

You've obviously never been to Spain then. How many British owned businesses advertise and talk only in Spanish? I'm sure you could find a lot of 'clannish' behaviour there.

go on hudsonhicks kontakt them and give them a piece of your mind......

Yeah that will be an interesteing conversataion:

"Tak, słucham."
"Hi! I'm Hudson Hicks an English racist and I don't think that you should cater for the thousands of Polish people that live in Liver... "

"Ty znowu! K...! To sp.... ty..... hu... jeb.... "

then you've never lived among Indians ;)

Quite true. There's also a Chinese food shop in my town, which does the same - all in Chinese. Still not as bad as the British though, in some countries that is... That's life. Deal with it you haters:)
OP hudsonhicks 21 | 346
14 Nov 2012  #7
Apologies. People from Poland have much different hair than the rest of us and have different requirements.

hahaha
jon357 63 | 14,124
14 Nov 2012  #8
Or just like chatting in their own language while they're waiting. Or just don't like suffering the curse of the foreigner, constantly being asked the same dreary questions about where they're from, what they do, how long have they been there, what football team do they support, etc

No harm in marketing to people you have something in common with.
Richfilth 6 | 415
14 Nov 2012  #9
Or maybe Polish clients miss the opportunity to gossip in their own language about celebrities and holidays, and this is a business who's cashing in on that service.

I know, I know Mr Hicks, you want to hear about Agnieszka Wlodarczyk's cellulite too, but you'll just have to translate pudelek.pl like the rest of us.
TommyG 1 | 361
14 Nov 2012  #10
Well, you should have realised who their target customers are...
Come on, you seem to spend most of the day hanging round 'Polski Skleps' (in between signing on and your internet 'alone time') that you should know exactly why they are advertising in Polish.

Have you ever been to an Irish bar abroad? Have you ever been abroad...?
OP hudsonhicks 21 | 346
14 Nov 2012  #11
Why can't the Pole-Brigade here just accept the truth about the abnormal clannish behavior of the Poles in the UK.
Put it down to the harsh times of communism or some **** like that, I don't care.. just accept it and stop arguing :)

I've been abroad more times than you could imagine. I've lived away a few times as well for extended periods. Never have i tried to find a "British" version of anything.

Irish/British pubs abroad are different. They cater to everyone (Everyone likes beer don't they?) menus are in native language and english.
ShawnH 8 | 1,498
14 Nov 2012  #12
I've been a broad more times than you could imagine.

Drag Queen?
TommyG 1 | 361
14 Nov 2012  #13
Why can't the Pole-Brigade here just accept the truth about the abnormal clannish behavior of the Poles in the UK.

But it's not the truth. You're talking rubbish as usual.

I don't care.. just accept it and stop arguing

Polish are in the UK. Accept that fact. Some have been for a very long time. Deal with it!
Making taunts about Communism just shows how pathetic you are. Seriously, get a life.
And WTF is the 'Pole-Brigade'? This is Polishforums after all... debil
OP hudsonhicks 21 | 346
14 Nov 2012  #14
I know they're here..

the hundreds of forums, and websites regarding "benefity w uk" show this.

benefity.org.uk/forum/mieszkanie-f51.html
TommyG 1 | 361
14 Nov 2012  #15
the hundreds of forums, and websites regarding "benefity w uk"

Did you find any of them useful? You know if you're on contribution-based JSA, you might be able to claim if you move abroad again one day...
OP hudsonhicks 21 | 346
14 Nov 2012  #16
I just read them for mild entertainment

"I'm pregnant, i'm coming to England"
"my old & disabled parents are coming to england, what can they get?"

It's all good stuff!
TommyG 1 | 361
14 Nov 2012  #17
I just read them for mild entertainment

So, what do you do when you're bored? Second thoughts, don't answer that. I really don't care...
OP hudsonhicks 21 | 346
14 Nov 2012  #18
Usually on my Ps3 but it's broken :(

I need a game-console repair specialist, anyone know one? (Polish of course!)
rozumiemnic 8 | 3,665
14 Nov 2012  #19
Tak, słucham."
"Hi! I'm Hudson Hicks an English racist and I don't think that you should cater for the thousands of Polish people that live in Liver... "
"Ty znowu! K...! To sp.... ty..... hu... jeb.... "

lollllzzzzz - comon tommy give us a translation!!
just one thing, he is not English he is a known sheep shagger.
OP hudsonhicks 21 | 346
14 Nov 2012  #20
rozumiemnic
What's with your infatuation with all things Polish??
Polish heritage? Working there?

just curious
TommyG 1 | 361
14 Nov 2012  #21
just one thing, he is not English he is a known sheep shagger.

Who is? Hudson hicks? Aren't you Welsh as well?
I don't think that I should fill in the blanks or give a translation. I might be in trouble with the mods again... :D
rozumiemnic 8 | 3,665
14 Nov 2012  #22
lol I am not infatuated - I did work there yes. and my dear children are half Polish.
I am interested in all kinds of languages and countries hudsonhicks -
check this!
ach y fi...ceru grafu haliwr
no Tommy I am English/Irish fwiw

Remember, English only.
TommyG 1 | 361
14 Nov 2012  #23
ach y fi...ceru grafu haliwr

I hope that's not Welsh... please don't write Welsh, it's such an aweful language...
OP hudsonhicks 21 | 346
14 Nov 2012  #24
Ahh all coming together now.

Married a Polish guy?

Edit. every time i highlight the oddities of this migrant group in the UK.. you see this as an attack on your partner?

bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-manchester-20327241

Polish or Lithuanian or Other?

Stop crossing the line.
zetigrek
14 Nov 2012  #25
The most pathetic example i've found recently - polish veterans ..For Polski-Speaking cats and dogs naturally :rolleyes:

Veterans? Like war veterans?

;DDDDDDDDDDDDD
rozumiemnic 8 | 3,665
14 Nov 2012  #26
Therefore in your primitive uneducated mind

my mind is certainly not 'primitive and uneducated', indeed I was educated at the finest university in your sad little country.(OK I know that's not saying much)

what was it RS Thomas said....
(thinks...)
'An impotent people, sick with inbreeding'?
Get a life, cariad.
OP hudsonhicks 21 | 346
14 Nov 2012  #27
Why the mindless abuse and name calling?
I never attack your beloved adopted Poland, only some of the misfits that come to the UK??

PS. Wales is beautiful and i live in a lovely part. Which urban slum in England do you come from?
zetigrek
14 Nov 2012  #28
hudsonhicks

What for you need a beauty parlour site in English if you even don't know it enough yourself? ;DDDDD
rozumiemnic 8 | 3,665
14 Nov 2012  #29
ahhh 'get back to England sais', is it?
how very predictable.
and it is not mindless abuse, it is highly educated abuse...:)
OP hudsonhicks 21 | 346
14 Nov 2012  #30
ahhh 'get back to England sais', is it?
how very predictable.

Seen as i don't even know where you're living now...

ah forget it I'm bored now


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